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Vasseur sees unfair advantage for Red Bull: 'Was a crystal clear agreement'

Alfa Romeo team boss Frédéric Vasseur is frustrated with the increase in the maximum weight of F1 cars in 2022. His team was the only one to have the weight directly under control. That the weight has now been increased gives his rivals an unfair advantage. Due to the new regulations in F1, the cars have become somewhat larger in size. Therefore, the maximum allowed weight of the cars also went from 792 kg to 795 kg. All the teams, except Alfa Romeo, could not manage to produce a car that complied with these regulations during the winter break. After the winter tests, it was decided by the FIA that another 3 kg would be added to the maximum allowed weight. This brought most teams into...
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